Morocco by Land Rover

A trip that involved mang legs from the U.K. through Europe and across to Morocco. After many weeks It was my turn to meet up with the Land Rover at Marrakesh.

The Polaroid Collection

A selection of prints from my sketchbook SX70 journal, random but sometimes inspirational for other projects.

Black socks fibreglass boat, Wales
Hughie and Mark
Leaking chmney
Bouncing cityscape

Web Content

Re design and populate a bespoke artisan carpentry and timber company in Ulverston, South lakes. They only has a static page previously and the new site has over 40 pages of wonderful exotic timbers and bespoke furniture.
A prestige kitchen designers and fitters required imagery that reflected the time and effort that goes into each of the designs. The customers final kitchen is a thing of beauty.
An antique outlet with a difference made up of 7 different buyers, each with their own shop within a shop. The website echoes this with personalised spaces for each genre of antiques.

The lost Pubs

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This is (was) the meeting place for all the creatives around Ardwick Green. If you needed a photographer or stylist then lunchtime this place was full of them. The big studios went one by one and the clientele went with them.

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The River Pub, just down the road from the bustle of Ardwick.

The Painted Body – Amanda

Amanda

Body painting shoot, Edible paint and lots of messyness. She was an incredibly good model, nothing was too much trouble, and gallons of paint were sploshed on and off.

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Northern Soul

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Northern Soul – We talk to the people who work, rest and play in the North of England and scour the region for interesting stories, histories, ambitions and events.

The Awesome Foundation

Tell it like it is exhibition
Tell it like it is exhibition
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The Awesome Foundation is a global community advancing the interest of awesome in the universe, £500 at a time.

Each fully autonomous chapter supports awesome projects through micro-grants, usually given out monthly. These micro-grants, £500 or the local equivalent, come out of pockets of the chapter’s “trustees” and are given on a no-strings-attached basis to people and groups working on awesome projects.

Liverpool Echo

The Liverpool Echo advertises the show at Open Eye Gallery